While all our vodkas are made from gluten-free corn, our facilities are not certified gluten-free.
Is Blue vodka gluten-free?
Yes, pure, distilled vodka, even if made with wheat, barley, or rye, is considered gluten-free. Most vodkas are safe for people with celiac disease because of the distillation process.
Is Smithworks vodka gluten-free?
Smithworks Vodka on Twitter: “@niki_atl Distilled drinks are usually accepted for a gluten-free diet. We recommend that you discuss this with your dietetic advisers!”
What vodka is not gluten-free?
1. Cîroc Vodka. This “ultra-premium” vodka is distilled from grapes. Not all of their many flavors, however, are gluten-free, so if you are avoiding gluten, stick to Cîroc Ten, Cîroc Ultra-Premium Vodka, Cîroc Red Berry, Cîroc Amaretto, Cîroc Coconut, and Cîroc Peach.
Is UV Vodka any good?
This normally flavorful and enjoyable mixer is pretty well spoiled by the vodka. The bitter flavors stand out strong and make the drink a difficult task to finish. While it’s much better than some of the bottom shelf vodkas I’ve had, it’s not hitting the middle of the middle shelf in terms of quality.
What does UV Vodka stand for?
WHAT DOES THE UV IN UV VODKA STAND FOR ANYWAY? Uber Verified. Just kidding. We chose our name because UV implies brightness and color.
Is Absolut Vodka gluten-free?
Absolut Vodka is made from a winter wheat, which means they source ingredients that are not gluten-free.
Is all vodka gluten-free?
All vodka is gluten-free unless there is some flavored vodka out there where someone adds a gluten-containing ingredient. I know that many celiac sufferers are extra-cautious. That is their privilege.
What alcohol is not gluten-free?
Fermented Alcohols That Are Not Considered Gluten-Free 1
- Beer and other malted beverages (ale, porter, stout) Sake/rice wine made with barley malt.
- Flavored hard cider containing malt.
- Flavored hard lemonade containing malt.
- Flavored wine coolers containing malt or hydrolyzed wheat protein.
What alcohol is not made from grain?
Look for non-grain liquors such as brandy, rum, tequila, potato-based vodka, and juniper berry-based gin. Wine: Wine is made from the fermentation of grapes and therefore is generally regarded as being wheat- and gluten-free.